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Today is #WorldSepsisDay.
Sepsis occurs when the body’s response to an infection damages its own tissues and organs. Sepsis causes 8700 deaths in Australia each year, and those who do overcome sepsis may experience a range of symptoms impacting their mental health such as sadness, sleep issues, fatigue, sadness and anxiety.
For more information about sepsis, visit World Sepsis Day and www.australiansepsisnetwork.net.au/ ... See MoreSee Less
Commissioners Nowak and Mannion were very pleased to attend the launch of the Lived Experience Leadership and System Change Resources yesterday held by SA Lived Experience Leadership & Advocacy Network and University of South Australia. ... See MoreSee Less
I wish they would answer my request to re-enter SA to get home with my daughter (disabled) as the wait is stressing us both, she is 30, I am 70. 🙁 Thank you.
Today Minister Wade announced the new Mental Health Commissioner for South Australia. Mr John Mannion will join Commissioners Heather Nowak and David Kelly from 1 July. ... See MoreSee Less
Mr Mannikn congratulations on your new role. We are experiencing contagious suicide in rural farming community. Could you please consider speeding up trauma healing in rural community areas in SA? Please m.youtube.com/watch?v=w3CV9GGcE3s
... THIS SPEECH CLEARLY STATES MASKS DO SERIOUS BRAIN DAMAGE..!!! www.bitchute.com/video/KlazSBhl2eSP/
Fantastic! Congratulations John 😊
Congratulations John on this amazing role
Such great news John....Well done.
Brilliant! Congratulations John!
Congratulations John Mannion
Congrats John! Paul Fisher !!